- By Eric Sanders
- In Abuse of State Power, Blog, Civil Rights Law, Civil Service Law, News, Press Release, Race Discrimination, Retaliation
New York Civil Rights Attorney Eric Sanders, Esq., of The Sanders Firm, P.C., alleges in a $30 million lawsuit that the police department ‘used aggressive questionable police tactics and then railroaded him’
Mr. Monty Green alleges that the internal investigators’, the UC’S from the Kings County District Attorney’s Office and ‘Pretty Tony’ had a great time role playing and acting out the ‘Pimp Game’ including consuming alcohol, buying marijuana and touching the naked bodies of nude dancers for their own ‘sexual gratification.’
During the course of both investigations, the internal investigators’ interviewed numerous ‘nude dancers’ of color, primarily African-American females that they callously and stereotypically called ‘Prostitutes’ although they uncovered ‘NO OBJECTIVE CREDIBLE EVIDENCE’ that these women were engaging in activities as a ‘Prostitute.’
Green points out that the internal investigators’ interviewed numerous women of color, primarily African-American females that they callously and stereotypically called ‘Prostitutes’ although they uncovered ‘NO OBJECTIVE CREDIBLE EVIDENCE’ that these women were engaging in activities as a ‘Prostitute.’
More importantly, at no time, did any internal investigator observe him solicit anyone for sexual favors in exchange for monies; observe him hire anyone as a sex worker to perform sexual favors for others in exchange for monies; observe him provide protection services for any sex worker as a ‘PIMP’ while she performs sexual favors for others in exchange for monies; observe him demand any portion of proceeds sex workers may have received performing sexual favors for others in exchange for monies; observe him failing to take appropriate police action because a crime was being committed in his presence or observe him engaging in any police misconduct.
“The Department really dropped the ball on this one. Unfortunately, Police Commissioner Kelly terminated an innocent officer based upon the conjecture and racial stereotyping of the Trial Commissioner, Department Advocate’s Office and the Internal Affairs Bureau. These so-called ‘Targeted Integrity Tests’ are a farce fraught with legal peril for everyone’s civil rights. Matters such as these reinforce the sad reality that there is currently no viable meaningful mechanism available to protect the Civil Rights of the general public or NYPD employees from corrupt police officers.” Eric Sanders says.
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